Almost all of the "call management" apps on BlackBerry 10 are apps that completely block all incoming calls. Why would anyone want that as a feature? Just turn your phone on silent. The whole Call Management category is broken on BlackBerry 10. Show More Summary
When you look at BlackBerryCool.com's traffic over the years, there's been a major shift in the readership's location that has shifted in direct proportion to where the majority of BlackBerry users come from. Back in 2009, traffic was mostly the US, UK and Canada. Show More Summary
Here's a simple feature suggestion for ScoreLoop: why don't you just read whether someone is viewing a link from their mobile or desktop, and display the appropriate app store? When you get a ScoreLoop email and you click the link from your desktop, the ScoreLoop page says:
ID3IOT is a simple and useful tool that helps you clean up your broken audio tags. The app does this by scanning your music library for missing tag information, and then allowing the user to edit and clean up the tags directly from the device. Show More Summary
Priority Hub is yet another jailbreak tweak for iPhone that focuses on customizing the Lock screen. This time, it takes its cues from BlackBerry 10 and feeds you only the notifications you want, one app at a time. While the styling of Priority Hub is a little different than the actual feature in BlackBerry 10, the concept is very much the same. Show More Summary
Today Rogers has launched their suretap wallet — a new app for NFC-enabled BlackBerry 10 and Android devices that allows users to make payments at thousands of retailers using just their smartphone. Users can store eligible cards within the app, and at participating retailers can then tap their phones on the payment terminal for a transaction. Show More Summary
PackPoint is a free Android app that generates a list of clothes and other items to pack based on your destination, activities and the weather forecast. You can also add to and remove items from the list. Also on Blackberry.
The team has so far identified 14 vulnerable HTML5-based apps from three types of mobile systems, including Android, iOS and Blackberry. Developers of those vulnerable apps have been informed and in an effort to give them time to fix the problem, researchers have decided not to disclose the names of the vulnerable apps. read more
Teen Gets Stuck In Drain Pipe Going After Blackberry There’s no denying that many in today’s technology based world would go to great lengths in hopes of retrieving a lost cell phone, but one 16-year-old took things to the extreme.
PackPoint is a new app for Android and BlackBerry that aims to make the packing process as simple as possible. Tell the app your gender, where you’re going, how long you plan on being there and whether the trip is business or pleasure, and PackPoint will start building a packing list. The app is mindful [...]
BlackBerry announced BBM hit 85 million monthly active users last week, and the messaging app is rolling out sticker packs to all supported platforms. Unlike Facebook Messenger, users will have to shell out $1.99 for exclusive sticker packs, and each pack contains 20 to 25. Sticker packs can be purchased inside the app through the […]
If you happen to be a regular user of BBM for iOS, here's some good news for you. Blackberry has announced it will push an update for BBM which will introduce a number of new features to the app, including stickers support, the ability to send large files, and group photo sharing.
BlackBerry’s dedicated messaging app is growing at a decent clip, and now has a larger active audience than Tango did when it raised its recent $280 million funding round, with 85 million users engaging with the platform on at least a monthly basis. Show More Summary
Last year BlackBerry finally opened up BlackBerry Messenger to other platforms. For now it is only available as a standalone app for iOS and Android. Since it went cross-platform, BBM has added millions of new users, a decent growth on which the company plans to cash in. Show More Summary
Back in the day before WhatsApp became really popular and other instant messengers flooded the market, there was BBM. The app was available as an exclusive to BlackBerry devices back in the day, at least until last year when BlackBerry decided to open it up to Android and iOS users as well, potentially adding more users to its user base. Show More Summary
Here’s some bad news for BlackBerry users: if you frequently rely on apps like BlackBerry Newssstand or BlackBerry News to access your magazines or news, you will be disappointed to learn that BlackBerry has announced that they will be putting an end to both services in April. Show More Summary
This week’s SmartCar roundup features the emerging leaders in the connected car market, apps to dominate cars, a software giant partnering with a French car brand, and the latest members pushing connected car initiatives. BlackBerry QNX top choice for connected … Continue reading ?
The messaging app market has really started to heat up after Facebook bought WhatsApp for $19 billion and after Alibaba’s investment in the far more obscure Tango granted it a $1 billion valuation. As popular entries like Viber, WhatsApp...Show More Summary